Heale Gardens Outing 2018
We all enjoyed a day out to Heale Gardens near Salisbury recently, with a pleasant couple of hours spent in deep thought and concentration, and then a lovely lunch in their gardens. You may be able to see the fruits of our labours at the next Art Exibition! Photos: Pat Tucker
About the Art Group
The Art Group was originally started in March 2012 by Andrew Seymour. The intention was for like minded people to be together and enjoy exchanging ideas and experiences of various forms of art. In 2014 Andrew moved away and Pat Tucker volunteered to take over.
Pat hastens to add “that meant I open the door, put the tables up and made the coffee!
We are of varying abilities, and work in different mediums. However, four years on, we are a thriving group of art loving enthusiasts, with a full complement of attendees. We have a demonstrator about once a year; go on an outside expedition to enjoy a building, or a garden, and usually gather for a Christmas lunch.”
The group had a very successful and well attended exhibition in September 2017 (see below).
Anyone who may wish to join, or to enquire about anything, please contact
Pat Tucker on 01380 871601, firstname.lastname@example.org. Sessions are the first and third Wednesday of the month, 10am-12.30pm.
The charge is £2 per session, and includes coffee and biscuits.
The dates for the remainder of 2018 are:-
April 4th, 18th
May 2nd, 16th
June 6th, 20th
July 4th, 18th
August There will be no meetings during August as the new floor will be laid during this month in the Village Hall.
Sept. 5th, 19th
October 3rd, 17th
November 2nd, 21st
December 5th, 19th
The Keevil Art Show, September 2017
A massive thank you to so many of our villagers, friends and relatives who took part by displaying their art work, helping with the displays, making cakes and acting as ‘bouncers’ on the door! We were a little apprehensive but nevertheless determined to create an atmosphere that all could enjoy – and we think it worked. John Duckworth’s family were very grateful for everyone’s efforts, and appreciate that the £565 raised will be paid into a fund, in his name, to assist with the maintenance of the organ in St. Leonard’s Church.
Below is a gallery of images taken at the show by Sarah J Dow. The image featured at the top of this page is ‘Silbury Hill’ by Colin Dimbylow